My One Night Stand with 3 Dresses in LA

After 2 months of really hard work and no play, my best friend and I decided to meet in LA for the weekend.  We were due for some fun in lala land in order to take our minds off of work, so I flew down from SF and my best friend flew west from NY.

As soon as the ticket was booked the very first question that came to mind was of course; what will I wear?

Packing for a trip like this would be a monumental task as you‘d want to look fabulous given all the hottest spots we were going to and the celebrities we were going to hang out with but I decided to try something new this time. Something I had never done before.

Instead of packing 10 dresses, 5 pairs of shorts, 4 pairs of jeans, multiple shirts, 6 pairs of shoes, 4 purses and endless jewelry pieces….you get the point, I decided that I wanted to make my life simple.  Really simple.   Because let’s face it, we all know that half the stuff we girls pack for a trip never gets to venture outside of the suitcase.

As a replacement for going through all that packing headache and deciding which items were worthy of LA, I rented 3 stunning dresses from 3 stylish women in SF through Stylend.co which is an app that allows women to monetize their dresses sitting in their closet by renting them out to other women in their city for a tenth of the retail price.

Not only did I not have to worry about what to pack for the trip but my luggage was 3 times smaller than usual and on top of that I did not have the usual dilemma before heading out which of the 10 dresses I had packed I should wear that night. This time I only had 3 to choose from, so it made the decision simple.  Assign a dress to the first night and go from there.  All three were new to me so I was equally excited to wear any of them.

With only $195 total, I wore 3 designer dresses that would have otherwise cost me $2000 if I had purchased them and the irony of it is that I would have worn them only once and then they would sit and collect dust in my closet.  For some reason wearing a dress a second or third time does not excite me as much as wearing it for the first time.  There is something about the one night stand that is so exciting.

Needless to say this experiment turned a success.  I had multiple stylish LA boys and girls coming up to me saying that they loved my dress each night and in turn that made me feel great because who does not like a compliment.

The best part of all of this was that at the end of the weekend I went back home put the dress back in the same packaging the girls had handed to me and gave it back to them. No need to dry clean, ship or worry about finding space in my closet for yet another dress I only wore once…….

DSquared

DSquared

Alexander Wang

Alexander Wang

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ALLSAINTS

Alexander Wang

Alexander Wang

Dream Dresses

Lately I have been obsessed with the dresses from Elie Saab. So obsessed that I missed my flight to Germany as I was happily pinning away on Pinterest while they were calling my name several times.  All the while sitting right in front of the gate and supposedly keeping an eye for boarding.  I ended up on another flight to Germany which made my adventure even more fun. But I digress….. I love his attention to detail and his ability to always come up with the most feminine, sexy and elegant dresses.  He has mastered the fusion of east and west to produce nothing short of stunning couture gowns.  Below are some of my favorites but one can do no wrong with any gown from Elie Saab.

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Rare Hermes Constance Mini Bag

This beauty is of my dear friend Lisa.  She just got the ultimate bag “The Birkin” and she wants to give the Constance a fun new home.

I LOVE this bag! If it was mine I would keep it and wear it every day.  The leather on the outside is so perfect.  The highest quality I have ever seen and touched which makes it worth so much because it will look and feel new for a very long time. This leather does not wear easily let me tell you. The stitching is impeccable.  Not one deviation from a beautiful straight line all the way through even around the rounded corners.

My favorite part is when you open the bag, the interior lining of leather is so soft it actually rivals a baby’s bottom.  So soft that it is a pleasure taking out and putting back my iphone for the 100th time.

And the Color. Ah the color is ah-mazing!!!  It is that kind of shade where you only get in very high end items like Hermes because both the pigment and the leather have to be of the highest quality to culminate in a stunning color like this one.   Need I say more?  Here are some pics of it and where u can buy it!

Hermes Constance Mini Bag

Hermes Constance Mini Bag

BUY HERE

Hermes Constance Mini Bag

Hermes Constance Mini Bag

BUY HERE

Hermes Constance Mini Bag

Hermes Constance Mini Bag

BUY HERE

Hermes Constance Mini Bag

Hermes Constance Mini Bag

BUY HERE

Hermes Constance Mini Bag

Hermes Constance Mini Bag

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Shades of Summer 2013

Having sold all of my sunglass collection on ebay, I am in the market for new pairs of sunglasses to rock this summer in the Croatian, Albanian and Greek coast during yacht week.  Here are the shades I’m in love with right now.  Let me know if there’s a cool style you like that I should consider.

Holes Kaleidoscope SunGlasses

Holes Kaleidoscope SunGlasses

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Marc by Marc Jacobs

Marc by Marc Jacobs

Ray Ban

Ray Ban

Ray Ban classic club master

Ray Ban classic club master

Chelsea sunglasses by house of Harlow

Chelsea sunglasses by house of Harlow

Minkpink Kitty sunglasses

Minkpink Kitty sunglasses

Minimal Baroque sunglasses by prada

Minimal Baroque sunglasses by prada

KLS black & gold polarized sunglasses by 9five

KLS black & gold polarized sunglasses by 9five

Baron 12k gold frame sunglasses by Dita

Baron 12k gold frame sunglasses by Dita

Flat top cheetah by retrosuperfuture

Flat top cheetah by retrosuperfuture

Giaguaro trio by super

Giaguaro trio by super

Braverman sunglasses by oliver peoples

Braverman sunglasses by oliver peoples

House of Harlow copy

House of Harlow

Accessorizz!!

As spring comes upon and the weather gets warmer, naturally we show more skin and with that comes the opportunity to showcase our personal style through the latest on trend accessories. I’m in love with the accessories for spring 2013, from chunky necklaces, to delicate/fine ones you will be sure to find your pick and wear it as your go to piece.  When I find a piece that I love, I made it my go to piece and wear it over and over again.  This comes from being too practical (or lazy in my case).  While I love accessories because I believe they complete one’s look, it is one more step added to my daily routine, so I love it when I have a versatile necklace, earrings or ring that I can put on as I walk out the door and still look fabulous.

Here are some of my favorite works of art.

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New Year, New You

Fashion Resolutions for 2013

1.  Be Feminine

“Women should look like women. A piece of cardboard has no sexuality” –Alexander McQueen.  Enhance your look by wearing pieces that accentuate your curves and make you feel powerful for the woman that you are.

Striped Dress H&M

Striped Dress H&M

J. Mendel Spring 2013

J. Mendel Spring 2013

2. Indulge in more Color

“Going into the new year, I, and women all over, need to indulge in more color. I’ve been guilty of gravitating toward black and muted colors. However, I’ve become immersed in the idea of mixing colors, which we’ve come to know as color blocking. It’s an instant mood changer and visually provocative. It was a huge hit this year, and I plan to take the trend into the new year.” -Jil Sander.

NYFW Spring 2013

NYFW Spring 2013

Ethnic Color

Ethnic Color

J. Mendel Spring 2013

J. Mendel Spring 2013

Lanvin Spring 2013

Lanvin Spring 2013

3.  Shades of Blue

Blue Eyeliner is the eye makeup statement for Spring 2013.

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Bhutan, happiness is a place

As soon as we approach the check-in counter at Katmandu airport and before we could make out the words “can we please have a window seat on the left side of the plane”, the answer was no. By the quick reply i could tell that The agent gets this question from every single passenger every single day.
The reason:for the duration of the flight you can enjoy being at eye level with the worlds highest mountains in the Himalayan range including of course Everest the highest of them all. So now you can see why those seats are in such demand. A good trick that worked for us was to upgrade to business and get that window seat.
Before boarding the flight, I was a little skeptical of whether Bhutan was worth the $$$$ price tag that was mandatory to experience the country. As it turns  out, this country of 700,000 people was that kind of special place that it was worth every penny. It was a once in a lifetime experience where authenticity, tradition and exceptionally beautiful nature lived in harmony.
Unfortunately this “last authentic place on earth” as Time magazine calls it, is changing quickly as more & more tourist are able to afford the minimum spend and is in danger of loosing what makes it so special.
The three things that impressed me the most were:
1. Wild untouched nature.
 70% of the country is forested with beautiful pine, fur, cypress etc. Mountain ranges reach up to 7500 m and run across very narrow valleys with terraced rice fields up to 4000 meters.
Luckily the national road is cut out of the edge of the mountains along the valleys and rivers so it allows for some of the most magnificent vistas as you look straight down 1000-3000 m or look out at mountains and valleys criss crossing ahead for miles.
2. 100% Traditional architecture.
The only architecture that you see in Bhutan is traditional Bhutanese 3 story buildings with intricate painted roofs and windows. These are the most distinct houses I have ever seen and they look magnificent against the backdrop of pine covered mountains and fairy tale valleys.  The religious temples and monasteries are even more impressive as they sit tall at the edge of a 3000+ meter mountains and have the most spectacular views one has ever seen.  Its no wonder it is the preferred meditation place for lamas.
The government has made sure that even the new buildings confirm to traditional architecture.
3. Traditional dress.
90% of all Bhutanese we have come in contact with wear traditional dress.  This may change in the future but seeing most of this nation reflect their customs in their wear is such a pleasant and again very very unique sight. Can you think of a place where all people of one nation still dress in their traditional dress? I certainly have not seen it throughout the 50+ countries I have visited
I have to say that food and accommodations leave a lot to be desired but I hear that if you stay at the Aman resorts you won’t have to worry.
Facts:
Archery: national sport
Chillies & cheese: national dish
70% forest cover
Favorite places:
Phobjika
Phunaka
Tigers Nest at sunset (no tourists)
Chume Valley in (Bumthang)

Tiger’s Nest

The King and the Beautiful Queen of Bhutan

 

 

Voluminous Coats

The statement piece for AW 2012 is the oversized coat which we have seen in the runways of Celine, Jil Sander, YSL, Dior, Burberry Prorsum, Simone Rocha, Acne etc. Although I personally prefer more form fitting lines, I can not help but like the look of these coats if you keep a sense of proportion and strike the right balance with the pairing pieces.

Jil Sander Aw12

Celine AW12

Maison Martin Margiela

Celine AW 12

Spring/Summer 2013 Fashion Weeks Around The World

I love the “big four” fashion weeks (NY, London, Milan, Paris) because they each offer something different and special that speaks to almost all tastes.  I love New York Fashion Week because of its designer melting pot. I love London Fashion Week because of its edginess and you are always guaranteed to find the most unique fashion.  Milan fashion week because of the classic Italian Designers and Paris because of the elegant and classy haute couture houses.

Here are our favorite looks:

NY Fashion Week:

I love this look because of the colors, cut and combination of fabric. The sunglasses are spectacular and transform the outfit from girly to edgy.

DVF SS 2013

Love the color combination and the flowyness of the design.

DVF SS 2013

Super feminine and classy.  Reminds me of Breakfast at Tiffany’s!

Zac Posen SS 2013

I’m all about the cool pattern cut outs this season. Can’t help but admire this sophisticated and sexy dress.

Michael Kors SS 2013

LONDON Fashion Week

I’m a sucker for sheer organza and chiffon so any time I see a creation this sheer I can’t help but be drawn to it.

Christopher Kane SS 2013

More cool patterns and cuts.

LFW

I find this look very pure but rebellious at the same time.

Fashion Fringe SS 2013

I admire the creative design in the fabric.

Antoni And Alison SS 2013

MILAN Fashion Week

Loving the patterns and colors in the Gucci Collection.  Classy and feminine as always.

Gucci SS 2013
Gucci SS 2013
Fendi SS 2013

I’m not huge into animal print in general but this look I like.  I also love her hair and make up!

Just Cavalli SS 2013

Love the lace detail on the side of this pant dress.

Roberto Cavalli SS 2013

PARIS Fashion Week

Mysterious and sexy.

YSL SS 2013

The knit work on this dress is exceptional. I love the colors, the shape and the length of sleeves. Very flattering for a woman’s body.

Balmain SS 2013

Tres Chic all around!!!

Jean Paul Gaultier SS 2013

I want this bathing suit from Chanel.  The bag is a little much but I believe it is just for show.

Chanel SS 2013

Amazing Montenegro

Sveti Stefan Island

Sveti Stefan

I knew I wanted to visit Montenegro the first time I laid eyes on some pictures of Sveti Stefan Island now part of the luxury collection of Aman Resorts .

From those of you that follow my blog, you may remember that Sveti Stefan was one of the destinations on this list that I was dying to discover so naturally I jumped at the first opportunity and visited in early August.

As the pictures below reveal, the island is stunningly picturesque from the outside and naturally it is the star of countless pictures by tourist from all over the world. However having the opportunity to experience the island in its entirety and all of that the resort offers is the most impressive part. I have a weak spot for history and ancient architecture and this island has an abundance of both. And the Aman Group has done a superb job in restoring this 1800s fishing village into an exclusive haven that is enjoyed by the rich and famous.

Since you can read most of the details on Wikipedia I will keep this short and sweet.

Here are the key words that put this resort at the top of the list for me:

Old world stone construction, historic significance, cute churches, 3 private beaches with crystal clear blue water, infinity pool overlooking the Adriatic under a shade of pine trees, beautiful piazzas and verandas, contemporary modern guest suites, Mediterranean landscape (fig, cypress and pine trees), gourmet restaurants with unmatched views of Budva and the islands, impeccable service.  What more can one ask for?

Sveti Stefan

Aman Sveti Stefan Private Beach #1

Aman Sveti Stefan Private Beach #1

View from inside the private Island

View from inside the private Island

View of infinity pool inside the private Island

View of infinity pool inside the private Island

Villa Milocer and Private Beach #2

Villa Milocer and Private Beach #2

Villa Milocer up close

Villa Milocer up close

Dining area in front of Villa Milocer

Dining area in front of Villa Milocer

View from Vila Milocer and Private beach towards Sveti Stefan

View from Vila Milocer and Private beach towards Sveti Stefan

Queen's Chair Restaurant (part of Aman Sveti Stefan)

Queen’s Chair Restaurant (part of Aman Sveti Stefan)

Montenegro

Given that I was going to Albania in August anyway, I said to myself why not set a few days aside and check Montenegro off my list.? Being that Montenegro is Albania’s northern neighbor, I had put off visiting it for so long and instead explored further away countries. In a way, I am glad that I visited Montenegro after having visited some 40+ countries because it gave me a deeper appreciation for its unparalleled beauty and amazing people.

So I flew into Tirana, Albania rented a car and off I went on my own to Montenegro.  I had no plan or itinerary except the phone number of NinaPetkovic (a famous Montenegrin singer) who is best friends with the friend of my best friend (I know very complicated.)

Driving through the border was a breeze and it was kind of fun since I don’t usually get to cross borders in a car.  99% of the time I cross borders in air space; not as exciting.

The first thing I noticed when I crossed the border is that Montenegrin drivers are as crazy of drivers as Albanians so in a sense I felt home and I loved every minute of it.  What can I say, rebellious driving and not obeying most traffic laws is in my blood and makes me feel alive because in order to survive and spare pedestrians at the same time you have to be alert at all times.

As I made my way towards Budva in the interior roads I was stunned by the wild beauty of the gargantuan mountains all around and never-ending.  The perfectly paved, windy roads with unrivaled views were excellent for driving a Maserati or any other luxury car. Not so much in my Fiat Panda rental. But nevertheless I had a smile on my face listening to my favorite music and driving really fast through the sea of mountains.

When I arrived in Budva I was overwhelmed to see the beach wall to wall with people.  There was not an inch in the sand that was left to walk.

Since that was not my scene I immediately took a boat to the island across from Budva named “Hawaii”.  This was ironic because in a sense Hawaii was very serene and calm just like the real Hawaii is. And the water; much less infested by crowds.

Just before sunset I started driving towards Tivat & Porto Montenegro to meet Nina Petkovic, my gracious host.  Surprisingly I was able to find Porto Montenegro by just following road signs, no Google maps nor directions needed.

Porto Montenegro impressed me immediately.  It is a brand new luxury yacht marina complete with, residences, restaurants, boutiques and bars. Built just a couple of years ago by a Canadian businessman Peter Munk who owns 54% and a smaller percentage owned by members of the Rothschild family. Although the port is brand new, the architecture and buildings have been done very tastefully and it still retains its Mediterranean feel. Condos on this port start at $1.5m, and from what I head most of them are owned by Russians.  The yachts that are docked here are just as impressive as the ones in St Tropez, Cannes and Monaco, in my opinion.  In fact by the time the port is complete it will offer 650 berths and 150 of them reserved for super yachts.

After walking around, I naturally choose Al Posto Guisto which in Italian it means “At the right Place” to meet Nina.  This perfectly situated restaurant/bar offered the best people watching while enjoying the sunset and sipping cocktails of freshly squeezed juices.

Thanks to technology (namely Facebook & Apple) we are able to spot each other immediately.  Nina is beautiful, full of energy and her smile lights up the atmosphere even more.  We connected right away and strangely felt like we had known each other for years.  After we savor our Gorgonzola gnocchi and a few more fresh juice cocktails ,Nina has to run off to her performance since she is one of the most famous singers in Montenegro I find out.  But I am left in the company of her friend Vukasin Brajic, a dear friend she had met during a reality show similar to American Idol and his beautiful PR agent.

In the days to follow Nina & Vukasin show me more of their beautiful country including the Bay of Kotor, more of their favorite beaches and of course the night life which they were the starts of.

Going to Montenegro was an unexpected adventure, which turned out to be one of the best trips I have ever had.  The culture, the people, the sights were fascinating and they must be experienced. I would recommend all of my friends to put this country at the top of the list before it becomes too touristy like Croatia.

"Hawaii" Island off of Budva

“Hawaii” Island off of Budva

Tivat

Tivat

Porto Montenegro

Porto Montenegro

Porto Montenegro

Sunset @ Porto Montenegro

Nina Petkovic (middle) after her performance @ Porto Monenegro.

Nina Petkovic (middle) after her performance @ Porto Monenegro.

Bay of Kotor

Bay of Kotor

Bay of Kotor

Bay of Kotor

Kotor

Kotor

Koi Suwannagate “It’s All in the Detail”

Koi Suwannagate is a worldwide renowned designer whose collections have been carried at Barneys New York, Nordstrom, Harvey Nichols and various exclusive boutiques in the U.S. and around the world.

Artistically inclined and imaginatively beautiful, Koi captures nature’s fleeting beauty in her trademark hand-sculpted creations of multilayered luxurious fabrics.  Creating an ethereal fantasy, she tempers delicate arty hand-embellishments with elegant real-world clothes.  Her prolific three-dimensional designs not only accentuate feminine contours but they envelope the female body in flowing lines.

Born in Bangkok and living in Los Angeles, Koi Suwannagate launched her line in 2001.  She made her New York Fashion Week debut in 2007 to high acclaim from fashion press and retailers.  The same year, Vogue and The Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) recognized her talent with a nomination for the prestigious Fashion Fund Award.  Most recently, WWD Women’s Wear Daily named Koi Suwannagate’s S/S ’09 collection one of The Top Ten Collections of the season.

Her collections have been featured in the pages of the world’s leading fashion journals, including Vogue, W, Elle and Harper’s Bazaar, and her garments have been seen on A-List celebrities such as Oprah Winfrey, Nicole Kidman, Demi Moore, Kirsten Dunst, Gwyneth Paltrow, Reese Witherspoon and Natalie Portman.

I was first introduced to Koi‘s collection in November of 2011 through my good friend Lisa Kieu and immediately fell in love with the cashmere dresses, tops and skirts that I tried on.  Those that know me will understand that the reason I am obsessed with Koi‘s designs is because the creme de la creme fabrics she uses, the stitching and above all the amazing fit.  It seemed like her collection was made to order for me but later I found out that many more women feel the same way as I do because the luxurious cashmere and expert stitching hide any imperfection in the body masterfully.

Below you will see some of the most amazing designs from her sample sale. I hope that you can take advantage of the 70% off sample sale like I did and wear her dresses to life’s special occasions.

Photography: Isabella Bejarano

Styling: Noah Shaw

MUA: Cynthea & Desiree

Model: Lona Alia Duncan

Photography: Dan Rappa

Styling: Mia Gonzalez

MUA: Cynthea & Desiree

& Kathleen Mclemore

 

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Fendi, St. John & Gucci

Fun Facts:

Fendi is unique in that it has been run not by male members of the family but by five sisters, daughters of Adele and Edoardo Fendi, who became involved in the business after the death of their father in 1954. Fendi originally specialized in producing high-quality furs and leather goods on Via del Plebiscito in Rome in 1925.

Although Fendi produces a ready-to-wear line, the name is probably best known in the fashion arena for its dramatic fur collections, which have been designed by Karl Lagerfeld since 1962. It has been the company’s relationship with Lagerfeld that brought the Fendi name to the attention of the fashion press. Lagerfeld was also responsible for designing the double-F-griffe  that is almost as well recognized among the fashion cognoscenti as the double-C and double-G symbols of Chanel and Gucci.

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St. John is short for St. John Knits International Inc.  It is labeled as an upscale American fashion brand that specializes in women’s knitwear. The garments especially appeal to executive women or women in positions of authority, due to the use of gold buttons reminiscent of military or nautical officer clothing

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Guccio Gucci (awesome name by the way) opened a small saddlery shop in 1906 and started selling practical leather bags to his horsemen customers in the ‘20s. As a young man, he rapidly built a reputation for quality, hiring the best craftsmen he could find to work in his atelier. The quality was so outstanding he quickly gained a reputation and started to expand his line in Rome. The third store opened in Milan in 1951. By the time the fourth store opened in Manhattan in 1953, Guccio had died and his sons were running the business.

The brand was famous for a while, thanks to famous customers like Jackie O., Grace Kelly and Aubrey Hepburn, but by the ‘80s Guccio’s grandsons were running the company into the ground. They started to dull the appeal of the high-name brand by agreeing to strange partnerships…designing the interior of the AMC Hornet station wagon. Knockoffs were everywhere, and the grandsons started fighting…yes, physically. One business meeting ended in a fight, and reportedly one of the grandsons hit the other one in the head with an answering machine! haha.

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Prada

Fun Fact: Prada first began as an Italian leather bag manufacturer in 1913, created by Mario Prada. But the Prada name is most famous due to the success of his grand-daughter, Miuccia, born 1949. While it was Mario Prada who started creating the magnificent bags we know and love today, it was Miuccia who introduced the men and women’s clothing lines in the early 90s

Prada Evening Purse

Prada Evening Purse. Worn once.

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Australian Fashion Week 2012

After having attended Australian Fashion Week 2010 I was glad to see that now Mercedes Benz is sponsoring it and that it’s getting the coverage that it deserves.

Here are some highlights from the week and my favorite collections:

Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia 2012

Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia 2012. Magdalena Velevska

Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia 2012

Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia 2012. An Ode To No One collection.

Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia 2012. Zimmermann collection.

SFMOMA Modern Ball 2012

SFMOMA Modern Ball was the month’s most fashionable event to see and be seen.

Some of the city’s most prominent individuals were invited to the biggest art bash of the year and for SFMOMA its largest fundraising event.  The VIP list included Marissa Mayer, Vanessa Getty, Danielle Steel Steele and DJ Chromeo spinning for the young fashionable crowd.

I attended the party with my friends Lanya Bingo from NY, Tiffany Lee fashion blogger, and Xander Mahony of dfj .  Because we all love fashion we were super excited to see so much variety and self expression through anything from floor sweeping gowns to tuxedos to Picasso inspired colors and prints.

The deserts in the back room were to die for.  I’m pretty sure I cleaned off the platter of macarons before Tiffany arrived so we had to beg for another round since she loves the French almond delicacies as much as I do. We’ve had a secret obsession with Laduree rose macarons for as long as we can remember.  Way before they became popular in the US.

Needless to say we had a blast dancing, eating, catching up with friends but like all parties in San Francisco it ended at 12 midnight promptly :-/

Marissa Mayer, Lona Alia Duncan

 

Lona & Tiffany

 

Lona, Xander Mahony, Tiffany Lee

 

Lanya, Lona, Xander, Tiffany